Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Odds 2023

The current Baltimore Ravens Super Bowls Odds are . Coming off an 8-9 season, the Ravens enter 2022-2023 tied with the Bengals and Colts for the 10th best Super Bowl Odds of any team in the NFL and a number of reasons for optimism. Firstly, many believe this team was better than their record showed last year. The Ravens led the league with 4 losses by two points or less. Secondly, this team will enter the season fully healthy — both in the secondary and at running back. With Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Marcus Williams, and now Kyle Hamilton in the defensive backfield, pass happy offenses will be met with one of the toughest personnel groups in the league. While their free agency acquisitions weren’t as notable as other teams, their draft was touted by many experts as being one of the best in the NFL — as they secured players such as Kyle Hamilton, Tyler Linderbaum, and David Ojabo. While they won’t have Hollywood Brown in 2022-2023, we’ve seen what this offense can do with a healthy Lamar, Mark Andrews, and the like. If anything there is uncertainty on this Ravens team, and where there’s uncertainty there’s value.

Baltimore Ravens Team Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-2023

With their secondary and running back core returning to full health in 2022-2023, the Ravens are the current odds on favorite to win the AFC North. With their utter lack of pass catchers, however, it will be interesting to see how this team looks offensively. Either way, their odds speak for the public sentiment.

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Ravens Super Bowl Odds Analysis

baltimore ravens The Ravens had a great start to the 2021 NFL season, making them a big contender for playoffs early on. However, after Lamar Jackson went down, the team went on to have a six-game losing streak at the end of the season, which cost them eligibility. Going into this season, Jackson has been adamant that he wants to remain in Baltimore, but contract negotiations have been taking months for the team and the QB1 to agree on terms. This leaves a question mark for the promises of the team in the newly shaped NFL season. Many other teams have already made their trades for QBs or re-signed their starters, but nobody is sure what is taking so long for Jackson and the Ravens. It will be very interesting to see what terms get approved and how badly the Ravens want to keep Jackson in purple.

The Baltimore Ravens are shaping their team in the right direction for this season. They’re focusing on their offensive line and defensive team. If they re-sign Jackson, their offensive weapons will remain strong with Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews. They needed work on their offensive line to protect their QB, especially when Tyler Huntley was starting for the team, so the pick-up of Morgan Moses will help strengthen the line. A lot of their line is still recovering from injuries from the last season but have plenty of time for recovery and rehab to be healthy for next season. They may want to pick up a few more players in the draft to ensure the pocket will be safe against division defensive players like Miles Garret and JT Watt.

Defensively, the Ravens have made their biggest moves. They have picked up defensive tackle Michael Pierce, who will greatly improve the pass rush of this team. They also picked up safety Marcus Williams who will help the team downfield. Williams picked off 15 passes over the past five seasons, which is more than any previous Ravens safeties in the same period. The Ravens needed work on their defense last season since they allowed the second-most points in the AFC North, which cost them playoff eligibility. It will be very interesting to see how well this new lineup will help advance this team in the future.


Reasons Why the Ravens Can and Cant’t Win the Super Bowl


  • They have one of the best rushing offenses in all of football punctuated by Lamar and a deep running back room
  • Lamar Jackson is back to health and could have one of his best seasons if the contract can be finalized
  • The defense is shaping up to compete heavily with other AFC competitors, led by arguably the best secondary in the league


  • This group of pass catchers is significantly below average in an AFC with improved pass catching units
  • We’ve yet to see Lamar Jackson’s style of play succeed deep into the postseason
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